IN PUBLIC INTEREST
*Cover your face with masks to prevent transmission of droplets carrying coronavirus
*Exercise social distancing
*Wash your hands frequently
*Sanitize your hands
STAY HOME & STAY SAFE!
ALIGARH NOVEMBER 21:The Students of Aligarh Muslim University participated in the Juloos-e-Mohammadi today in huge numbers. The participants were seen holding flags with slogans like “Allaho Akbar” and “Labbaik Ya Rasulallah”. The international theme of love and peace “Rouhamaa o Bainahum” was also propagated by the students in the procession. The procession was organised by the MSO unit of the university.
Many speakers delivered eloquent speeches at the Vice Chancellors lodge, Baab-e-Syed and Strachey hall and spoke about the different aspects of the virtuous personality of the Holy Prophet (pbuh). “The life of Holy Prophet is a beacon of guidance for all the humans, he is ‘Rahmatul-lil-aalameen’ which means he is not Rehmat just for Muslims but for the whole world” said Murtaza, a university old boy.
The procession started from the Art gallery of the university and commenced at the Strachey hall of the university where the students prayed for the peace and harmony all over the world. The participants also distributed sweets and chocolates to the passer-by as a token of love and sharing happiness.
Earlier , The Seerat Committee, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) celebrated the Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi with fervor and gaiety by organising a special function at the Kennedy Hall Auditorium.
However, the Maulana Azad Library, AMU also organised a Seerat Exhibition of books, manuscripts, and artefacts. The exhibition was organised under the guidance of AMU Librarian, Dr Amjad Ali. An Islamic Calligraphy exhibition organised by the K A Nizami Centre, which had works of Diploma in Calligraphy students on display is a major highlight of the day.
On the occasion of 12th Rabiul Awwal, an exhibition has been organized at Maulana Azad Library of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). The books on Seerat (biography of Prophet Mohammad PUH), Quraniyat, rare and illuminated copies of Holy Qur’an and specimen of Quranic calligraphy were put on display at the exhibition.
Categories: India News